We all love watching a good movie with a heavy influence on fashion. Most of the style trends are inspired by the exceptional outfits worn by your favourite movie characters. That’s where latest trends are reviewed. Sometimes, what keeps us glued to the big screen often has more to do with what the characters are wearing than what the movie is telling us. From Old Hollywood action films to romantic dramas, these films have one thing in common, memorable fashion that transcended trends. Here, we have picked the big-screen aesthetics you should watch during a lazy day.


Call Me By Your Name focuses on the relationship between Elio and Armie. Based in Northern Italy, the film gave us the ultimate summer vacation goals. The aesthetics of the film makes you want to visit the exact location and spend your future summers in the exact location. We saw Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer rocking the ’80s wayfarers along with linen shirts and summer shorts.


Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood brought us the late ’60s fashion, where Leonardo DiCaprio sported leather jackets and Brad Pitt mastered the double denim look. The film goes on to showcase other different styles such as Hawaiian shirts, stripes and checkered patterns that truly brought back the ’60s Hollywood.


La La Land portrayed the love story between jazz musician and an aspiring actress in Hollywood’s ’30s and ’40s. Ryan Gosling truly nailed the American style throughout the film. From loose fitted-shirts to a three-piece suit along with plain ties, Gosling perfected the retro look.


Black Panther is an ode to statement fits. The structured construction of garments stand out even more when styled perfectly. Characters sported natural hair right from dreadlocks to braiding and everything in between, which highlighted the fits.


Kingsman is based on a fictional spy agency, who recruit a street kid into the agency’s training program, while a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius. Not only was tailoring house Huntsman at 11 Savile Row used as the exterior for the spy agency’s HQ, but the label also provided costumes for the film. You can the classic Saville Row suits worn by Colin Firth, Taron Egerton and Samuel L Jackson.